Low-bite dog breeds 

" explains Gina DiNardo, the executive secretary of the American Kennel Club (AKC).  

Additionally, a dog's personal history plays a significant role in determining various factors. 

At times, this undesirable behavior can stem from mistreatment or abuse, which can cause a dog to become fearful and more likely to bite. 

In addition, there are various factors that can influence this situation,  

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such as the boundaries you establish (or fail to establish) from the beginning and the unique circumstances within your household.  

However, certain breeds have earned a reputation for being non-aggressive, 

increasing the likelihood that your dog will also exhibit this behavior, as long as you invest some effort.  

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